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that immigrants versus second generation african dissent are also, gender, highly represented in elite institutions, and we also know that the upper middle class and middle class black student are taking advantages of affirmative action laws and policy. so given all of these sordid intricacies, what are your thoughts in reference to thinking about affirmative action from those perspectives? >> first of all, everything you say is absolutely true. on my campus i see it definitely very vivid. a couple things. number one, it is a mistake for people to think that affirmative action is going to be some sort of panacea. it's a relatively modest intervention that, i mean, i think it's important that it is by no means revolutionary, for goodness sake. and, frankly, what i'm talking, we're talking about affirmative action in higher education. we are talking about the desegregation of elitism. that's what we are really talking about. the elite sector. is racial affirmative action going to be something that's going to substantially affect poor racial minorities? answer, no. it's not. because, in f
, of find that immigrant first and second generation african consent, decent and are all so highly represented in these institutions and we also know that upper-middle-class and middle-class taking the advantage of your state of action was and policies. given all of the intricacies whether your thoughts on thinking about affirmative-action? >> everything you say is absolutely true. in my camp as i see it, definitely very vivid. a couple things. number one, seems to me it was a mistake to think that affirmative action is going to be some sort of panacea. it is a relatively modest intervention, it was important but it is by no means revolutionary. frankly what i am talking about if we are talking affirmative-action and high ridge occasion we are talking about desegregation of elites. that is what we are talking about. the elite sector. is racial affirmative-action going to be something that is going to substantially affect for raciapoor racial minorities? answer, no. to take advantage of the affirmative-action you have to been doing pretty good. to take advantage of affirmative-actio
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